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It doesn't look like it, but I sure hope that Jeep hasn't been parked under a tree to collect leaves until it slowly rusts away. When I was in high school, it was still possible to find old flat fender Jeeps and Willys pickups for sale for what now seems like extremely cheap prices. Sometimes I wish I'd spent some of the money I wasted on other useless stuff back then on an old fixer-upper Jeep and just stored it in a barn for future use. I always wanted a CJ3B with the high hood, but I would have settled for any of the other flat fender Jeeps.
I had one, a CJ2A. It belonged to a friend of mine who sold it to me when he moved to Washington D. C.When my son was born and money was tight it was the vehicle we used the least, and we sold it. I was always maintaining it, as it was old, and the economics of things just didn't work out at the time.